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Orlando Magic assign Devyn Marble to NBA D-League once again

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The rookie swingman is headed back to Erie for another stint in the minors.

Courtney Lee and Devyn Marble
Courtney Lee and Devyn Marble
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The Orlando Magic announced Monday they've assigned Devyn Marble to the Erie BayHawks. This stint will mark Marble's second with Erie, the Magic's NBA D-League affiliate.

Marble previously played two games for the BayHawks, averaging 20 points, 4.5 rebounds, and four assists on 37.8 percent shooting. After those games, the rookie swingman returned to Orlando, for which he made 11 appearances, including seven starts. On the season, Marble has averaged 2.3 points, 1.9 rebounds, and 1.1 assists while shooting 31.8 percent from the floor.

Since leaving Orlando's starting lineup, Marble has played sparingly: he came off the bench for 10 minutes against the Indiana Pacers on January 25th, and earned a Did Not Play-Coach's Decision the next night against the Memphis Grizzlies. Orlando deactivated him after that game.

The BayHawks play three of their next four games at home, with their one road game in that span coming against the nearby Fort Wayne Mad Ants, making now an opportune time to schedule Marble for assignment.

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